Crossroads Christian Communications

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Crossroads Christian Communications, Inc.
Founded 1962
Founder David Mainse
Headquarters Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Key people
Lorna Dueck (CEO)
Website crossroads.ca

Crossroads Christian Communications is a Canadian non-profit charitable corporation located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. 100 Huntley Street, the flagship television program of Crossroads was founded by Rev. David Mainse and is the longest running daily Christian television program in Canada.[citation needed] Crossroads interacts with its viewers via 24/7 prayer lines, and it has also been a not-for-profit aid agency for over 25 years, having responded in times of natural disaster worldwide, raising funds and partnering with on-site, non-government organizations for emergency relief and long-term rebuilding strategies.[citation needed]

Media Group[edit]

Broadcasting and Distribution[edit]

  • PureFlix Canada
  • Crossroads eStore
  • Tricord Media

TV and Online Broadcasts[edit]

Ministries[edit]

  • 24/7 Prayer Center
  • Relief and Development